MIDDLETOWN, RI — Middletown health officials are promoting the following services to those who are having a difficult time with anxiety, mental illness, substance abuse and fears of domestic violence during the coronavirus pandemic. If you are someone you know is going through a crisis, there is help:
Newport County Mental Health
- 24/7 telehealth calls
East Bay Community Action Program (EBCAP)
Clinical Health Centers providing tele-medicine
Behavioral Health Community Support Services
The Samaritans 24-hour crisis hotline/listening line
Domestic Abuse, Victims of Crime Women’s Resource Center
Assistance for Domestic Violence Victims
24-hour Hotline: 1-800-494-8100
24-hour support, information and advocacy for those impacted by crimes of violence
Recovery and Behavioral Healthcare Services Hope Recovery Center of Newport County
Hope Recovery will continue to provide virtual online meetings and telephone referral services during the pandemic.
CODAC Behavioral Healthcare
for help with substance use issues.
CODAC will continue to provide counseling and supportive services to established patients. Medication assisted treatment (MAT) will continue for patients.